Just a PS to that suggestion, It is based purely on the excellent advise provided on this forum.
PPS, I also cant comment on cheap, as I have no idea, but your question should have asked for quality not cheap. Unlike a lawn mower guy who you may get cheap and he/she stuffed up your lawn, give it a month and no one will know. Get a trademark wrong and it could drastically stuff up your business for ever.
Hi [USER=115019]@Emilizo[/USER] – apologies for my slow reply, have just seen the tags above Thanks [USER=78928]@Paul – FS Concierge[/USER] and [USER=53375]@bb1[/USER]
In short, you register your trade mark for the goods and/or services you are ultimately selling under the trade mark. So, if you put photos/stickers onto different objects and then sell those different objects under your brand name you’d look at registering your trade mark for the different objects. If you are selling photos/stickers under your brand then you file for those goods.
Happy to hear from you (email@example.com) if you have questions. We also offer a free trade mark search (link is in my signature) if that’s of any help. Our pricing is transparent and listed at the website (noting Flying Solo members get a 15% discount from the fees you see at the site).